Discover the history of Oberlin, and the history of Ohio, at the historic Oberlin Heritage Center. Comprising three locations — the Monroe House (1866), the Jewett House (1884) and the Schoolhouse (1836) — the Oberlin Heritage Center provides a fun and educational experience for guests of all ages.
Connect with the past and learn how crucial Oberlin was to the Underground Railroad, abolitionism, women’s activism, and scientific discovery. If you’re looking for an excuse to go, check out their lively tours, history walks, educational activities, workshops, and special events. Explore Oberlin’s roots, and have some fun along the way.
73 1/2 South Professor Street